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On Friday, Aug. 28, 2020, Conservation Officers received a call from John Lane, Cascumpec Bay Watershed Association coordinator, reporting a fish kill in Alma on the Montrose River. Justice and Public Safety Conservation Officers, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and Environment, Water and...
Barium is a naturally occurring element that is found in small quantities in a variety of minerals. Varying amounts of barium can be dissolved as water passes through rocks and soils and be present in groundwater. Barium may also be present in the air as a result of industrial emissions and is...
What are invasive plants, insects and diseases?, The introduction of new species from one ecosystem into another is a process that has occurred countless times since life first arose on Earth. Some of these new species fit in where they can allowing the ecosystem to adapt over time. Other species...
Helping you find high efficiency products, The ENERGY STAR ® symbol is a consumer icon in the Canadian marketplace. It instantly identifies products that have qualified as high efficiency. ENERGY STAR ® Canada is a voluntary partnership between the Government of Canada and industry to make high...
Organizations from all sectors across Prince Edward Island can apply to host an intern and build climate change expertise in 2021 as part of the ClimateSense Professional Internship Program. “The ClimateSense Professional Internship Program provides funding for recent post-secondary graduates to...
Air quality report covering the years 2012-2014
Air quality report covering the years 2013-2015
Air quality report covering the years 2014-2016
Air quality report covering the years 2015-2017
With the Fire Weather Index at extreme and very high across Prince Edward Island, wildfire fighters are asking Islanders to be extremely cautious. “The Island has experienced a long stretch of very hot and dry weather this summer and this has driven up the Fire Weather Index to unusually high...